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SOUTH INDIAN INSCRIPTIONS


 

MISCELLANEOUS INSCRIPTIONS IN KANNADA 

VOLUME IX - Part - iI 

UMMATTUR CHIEFS

No. 701.

(A.R. No. 23 of 1910.)

ON A SLAB SET UP TO THE EAST OF THE BASAVESVARA TEMPLE AT KUNTHURU, KOLLEGAL TALUK, COIMBATORE DISTRICT.

This record is dated Saka 1434, Angirasa, Jyeshtha, su. 15, corresponding to A.D. 1512 May 30, Sunday (not verifiable), in the reign of the Ummattur chief, Immadi-Chikkaraya-Odeya, son of Mahavira-Nanjaraya-Odeya, who is stated to have made a sarvamanya gift of the village Kunturu to the Salur-Santa-matha for providing food and clothing to 50 Odeyars of the Sivachara sect.  Mention is made of various taxes and of the boundaries of the village situated in Handinadu, which the chief was ruling.

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